Drill is a tool similar to dig from BIND. It was designed with DNSSEC in mind, and should be a useful debugging/query tool for DNSSEC.
To pierce or bore with a drill, or a with a drill; to perforate; as, to drill a hole into a rock; to drill a piece of metal.
An instrument with an edged or pointed end used for making holes in hard substances; strictly, a tool that cuts with its end, by revolving, as in drilling metals, or by a succession of blows, as in drilling stone; also, a drill press.
A marine gastropod, of several species, which kills oysters and other bivalves by drilling holes through the shell. The most destructive kind is Urosalpinx cinerea.
An implement for making holes for sowing seed, and sometimes so formed as to contain seeds and drop them into the hole made.
1) a twist drill used to make holes. 2) the process of drilling using a drill with two cutting edges ( as a twist drill) to make a hole in firm material.. uctility The ability of the material to be deformed without breaking. See also, brittleness, elasticity, fatigue, hardness, malleability, toughness
A revolving tool using either a drill bit to create holes or a screwdriving bit to fasten screws; drills typically have higher torque and greater RPMs than a screwdriver.
Boring holes in printed materials, typically to allow for insertion into a binder.
a tool about 20 inches long, used in blasting, to prepare a place in the coal or stone for the charge of powder.
In the bindery, machine used to punch holes in a finished book. Various patterns and hole sizes are available.
Machine used to drill holes in rock.
a tool used for making small round holes in wood, plastic and metal
To bore a hole in a material with a tool revolved by a suitable mechanism. The tool itself or the apparatus holding and turning it.
A tool used for perforating wood, bone, and soft stone.
tool used to create a hole, usually in some hard substance, by its rotary or hammering action. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), independent agency of the U.S. government, with headquarters in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1970 to reduce and control air and water pollution, noise pollution, and radiation and to ensure the safe handling and disposal of toxic substances. The EPA engages in research, monitoring, and the setting and enforcement of national standards. It administers the Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, popularly called “Superfund,” an act aimed at restoring toxic waste sites by making the responsible parties finance their cleanup. It also issues statements on the impact of operations of other federal agencies that are detrimental to environmental quality, and it supports the antipollution activities of states, municipalities, and public and private groups.
a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
make a hole with a pointed power or hand tool; "don't drill here, there's a gas pipe"; "drill a hole into the wall"; "drill for oil"
a machine for boring holes in rock, metal or wood etc
a tool which consists of a bar made of steel which was used to make holes in the rocks in order to place dymanite in them and get the mineral out of the rock
In the Design Studio we use the drill presses or the cordless drills to drill holes into our parts. There are drill index's (the gray boxes) located by the drill presses with a selection of different diameter drill bits. For safety all parts MUST be clamped down when when drilling holes into them. When drilling the acrylic and aluminum in your kits make sure the cutting direction is set to FORWARD and the cutting speed is set on the FASTEST setting. For safety NEVER, NEVER, NEVER use shop rags of gloves.
Any cutting tool or form of apparatus using energy in any one of several forms to produce a circular hole in rock, metal, wood, or other material.
To drill a hole in a printed matter.
To cut or bore a hole in coal, ore or rock for blasting, exploration or other purpose.
Implement for boring holes into the coal or stone.
Drilling a hole in printed materials. Standards include 2 or 3 hole.
If your printing job has to be put in a 3 ring binder or needs to be hung on a shop display you need some hole "drilled" into it. The machine used to do this is very similar to the drill presses used in other industrial situations.
a machine utilizing rotation, percussion (hammering), or a combination of both to make holes. If the hole is much over 0.4m in diameter, the machine is called a borer.
Indicated reserves- The size and quality of a potential ore body as suggested by widely spaced drill holes, more work is required before reserves can be classified as probable or proven.
A tool used to create a hole in the tree. A 3/4 or ½-inch drill bit is used to drill a three-inch deep hole in the trunk of a maple tree. This process is called tapping a tree.
An implement with cutting edges or a pointed end for boring holes in hard materials, usually by a rotating abrasion or repeated blows (dictionary.com). Feature. 1. Nonportable archaeological remains that cannot be recovered from matrix without destroying their integrity (Ashmore and Sharer 2000: 249). 2. Evidence of human activities visible as disturbances in the soil. Such disturbances are produced by digging pits for storage, setting posts for houses, or by constructing a hearth for cooking. These disturbances are often distinguished by soil discolorations (SMU Glossary 2004)..
In the printing arena, to drill a hole in printed matter.
v: to bore a hole in the earth, usually to find and remove subsurface formation fluids such as oil and gas.
Drilling holes to accommodate a loose leaf binder. It doesn't have to be three holes; we will do one to as many as you need.
The actual drilling of holes into paper for ring or comb binding.
To cut a cylindrical hole, or a tool used to drill a cylindrical hole.
A tool or apparatus, either manual or power operated, also called a drill bit, which is used for boring holes in wood, metal, stone, etc.
To bore holes in paper so sheets fit over posts of loose-leaf binders.
A drill is a tool with a rotating drill bit used for drilling holes in various materials. Drills are commonly used in woodworking and metalworking.